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21 Jump Street
Crime, Action, Comedy
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Phil Lord, Chris Miller
Jonah Hill as Schmidt
Dax Flame as Zack
Nick Offerman as Deputy Chief Hardy
Ellie Kemper as Ms. Griggs
Jake M. Johnson as Principal Dadier
Holly Robinson Peete as Officer Judy Hoffs
Rob Riggle as Mr. Walters
Brie Larson as Molly Tracey
Chris Parnell as Mr. Gordon
Ice Cube as Captain Dickson
DeRay Davis as Domingo
Dave Franco as Eric Molson
Storyline: In high school, Schmidt ( ) was a dork and Jenko ( ) was the popular jock. After graduation, both of them joined the police force and ended up as partners riding bicycles in the city park. Since they are young and look like high school students, they are assigned to an undercover unit to infiltrate a drug ring that is supplying high school students synthetic drugs.
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Has that 80's coming of age movies' charm
What drives the movie primarily is the screen chemistry between its two lead actors but that's not to say it lacks depth otherwise. It works well as a coming of age movie where our arrested development case protagonists go back to high school, one with hopes of reliving, the other with goals of avoiding their respective experiences a few years back. There is a resurgence of coming of age movies in recent years, perhaps people like to reminisce through others what it meant once to have their whole life ahead of them, without the accumulated cynicism of old age to weigh them down, perhaps they would like to forget momentarily that their best years are behind them. Certainly, 21 Jump Street also has this naive quality, could be willful ignorance to some extent, but as rare as it is, it's nice to pretend a world like that exists where even the bad guys aren't so bad as they shoot and murder undercover police officers in cold blood.

21 Jump Street captures the essence of that youthful innocence, that high-school camaraderie between best friends and sprinkles some dust of platonic romance on top of it for good measure. The end result is a surprisingly witty, endearing and funny movie which creates a good balance between being self-aware yet sticking to the conventions where it matters. It's a really good watch as a result.
21 Jump Street = Epic
So I've only just watch this film after it being out for such a long time.

I thought it was an amazing movie and most probably my movie of the year along side the dark knight rises maybe even better than the dark than the dark knight rises. Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum work really well.

With Johnny Deep at the end it works really well because of him being in the original series of 21 jump street.

So to finish this off great movie one of the best movies of the year 9/10 and great acting from Johan Hill and Channing Tatum.
Nice to watch at first, but only becomes tolerable after about 20 minutes
I have to say that this is not a terrible movie, and after 30 minutes, though, I was debating whether to finish it or not. After a power cut happened, though around 40 minutes into the movie, I realized that I probably didn't have to watch it all. It feels like a weak Airplane and weak American Pie mixed with Ted and Anchorman. I just don't like that type of humour so much.


- Lots of jokes, and at least they don't fall so flat.

- Neat enough concept.


- Unnecessarily crude sometimes.

- Just not that good for me.


4 - Not terrible but probably not that good for me. At least I can scratch off 22 Jump Street from this list.
My Favourite Comedy Of That Year
I'll start this review by saying I'm not a fan of remakes or reboots and generally don't even bother watching them. Even more so if I was a fan of the original, like I was of the Johnny Depp led TV show.

However this, and the current Planet Of The Apes franchise are the exception to the rule. This was my favourite comedy of the year. YES!! Even more than "TED" There are references to it being a remake of a TV show early on, and we appreciate the nod, I laughing out loud on several occasions and really enjoyed it. The main cast of the 80's TV show turn up in small roles, one albeit on TV.

IMO this was a very good career move for both Hill and Tatum.
Few laughs in this 'Animal House meets Lethal Weapon' misfire
Despite all the hype, I'm sad to report that 21 Jump Street, the new action comedy based on the 1987 TV series, just isn't very funny. My problem with it, is that Jonah Hill's 'Morton Schmidt' and Channing Tatum's 'Greg Jenko' are so over the top as cops, that you cannot take most of it very seriously at all.

For example, when Jenko can't remember his Miranda warnings, or even worse, when Jenko fires his gun in the park, after tackling a bad guy, these type of things would probably lead to immediate dismissal from the force in real life. And what about, after being expressly prohibited from serving alcohol to minors, the bumbling duo go ahead and serve up drinks at the 'undercover' party, anyway?; not to mention the confiscated marijuana they take from the police property room place, without authorization.

The joke is supposed to be that in reality Schmidt and Jenko are really glorified fraternity members, who just happen to have jobs as police officers. Where I could definitely buy a bunch of 'loose cannon' fraternity members in a film like 'Animal House', where one demented group is pitted against a 'straight' one, it doesn't really work in the police setting, since as stated above, improprieties are simply not tolerated.

While a good deal of the humor of '21 Jump Street' is juvenile in nature, on one occasion it veers into the area of being quite vile. This is near film's end when the bad guy is castrated and somehow, we're ask to laugh when viewing the scene of his detached member. No it's not funny and I hope word gets around that this is the kind of gross 'humor', Hill and his fellow scenarists are trying to peddle.

No need to recount all the details of the plot. Suffice it to say, that Schmidt and Jenko are on a mission to take down assorted bad guys who have been selling a new 'designer drug' in the school. It's your typical buddy movie where Schmidt is the nerd with a brain who can help the intellectually challenged Jenko, and Jenko is the jock with a powerhouse punch who can bring the socially inept Schmidt, out of his shell.

Actually, it's the bad guys, who really keep the story moving along. There's 'Eric', the eco-friendly big man on campus who moonlights as a drug dealer, and his supplier, Mr. Walters, a physical education teacher, whose goofy demeanor masks a huge anger management problem. To top it off, an assorted bunch of nasties, consisting of bikers and gang members, led by the menacing 'Domingo', lend an air of verisimilitude, not found in the antics of the principals, Jenko and Schmidt.

Occasionally, there are a few amusing bits in '21 Jump' including trucks filled with gasoline that fail to explode as well as some funny hallucinations which we get to see, when the protagonists are forced to take drugs in order not to blow their cover. But on the whole, Jonah Hill and co-writer Michael Bacall's frat-boy humor, lacks subtlety and relies on low-level slapstick routines, to get by. At this point, America is so desperate for something humorous in the movies these days, that a mediocre exercise such as this, is hailed as a comic masterpiece!
Adam Sandler could have done this better
What do the movies "Jack and Jill" and "Batman and Robin" have in common? Two things. One, they are both considered to be some of the worst films to ever plague cinema. Two, they are both better than "21 Jump Street". "21 Jump Street" is a comedy film loosely based around a TV show running from the late 80s to the early 90s. While the TV show had heart and thought put into it, the film version disregards the original to throw in as much juvenile humor, stupid characters, unfunny jokes, and desperate attempts at comedy it has.

The film starts off with our two main characters in high school. Schmidt (Jonah Hill) is an awkward nerd while Jenko (Channing Tatum) is a jock who picks on Schmidt. Cut to a few years later where both of them are in the police academy and discover that their weaknesses are the other one's strength. A relationship forms between the two based around the fact that the two are using each other and we skip past the building of their friendship in a montage of Schmidt helping Jenko in the academic field while Jenko helps Schmidt in the physical field. The montage brings us to their graduation where they are welcomed into the police force and they are now good friends because of events we never witness. They are placed on park patrol and come across a group of drug dealers. They capture one of them but due to incompetence, the police have to let the dealer go and Schmidt and Jenko are reassigned to an old police program located at 21 Jump Street.

At 21 Jump Street, the two meet Captain Dickson (Ice Cube) who reveals to them that they have been chosen because of their youthful appearance, and from what earlier scenes tell the audience because they are incompetent. The duo are sent into a high school to investigate a drug ring where they get their identities mixed up and have to go to the other one's classes. Schmidt is put into a drama class where he meets a girl named Molly (Brie Larson) and later becomes friends with a popular kid named Eric (Dave Franco). As the mission continues, Schmidt becomes more interested in being popular and being in high school than he does on cracking down on the drug dealers, which in turn causes a split between him and Jenko.

The characters of Schmidt and Jenko are the overall largest problem with the movie. They are unfunny, unlikable, and they are incompetent. All we know about their relationship is the fact that they became friends based around the fact that they were using each other, then we see a montage of them working together, and then they are suddenly best friends. To add insult to injury, there is no chemistry between the two. A problem with their characters is their arcs exist for lame jokes and that they make them look even more incompetent. Schmidt having trouble firing a weapon is a little acceptable but Jenko's inability to remember his Miranda Rights makes him look dumber and makes the police force look stupid to allow someone like that to stay on the force. I thought that at the end of the movie they would learn a few things and mature. What does the film do instead? Throw out a perfect opportunity for real and interesting character development in place for a stupid, unfunny, and disgusting penis joke.

The humor in this movie is at the lowest form of comedy and it is all desperate. Ellie Kemper, who is funny on "The Office" as Erin, portrayed Jenko's chemistry teacher and was only around for a cheap joke about how she was attracted to Jenko who was supposedly a student. One thing that really bugs me is that some of the comedic moments in this movie are things I would normally find funny, but this film takes what I like and turns it into another annoyance for me. Unfunny and just plain desperate for laughs, "21 Jump Street" sinks to use some of the most juvenile humor I have ever witnessed. How come Adam Sandler and his movies are criticized for having juvenile humor but then this movie gets appraise from critics and the general audience?

Of all the movies I have seen, this is the one that I regret watching the most. Watching this film was a depressing and aggravating experience that did nothing but make me lose trust in my friend's opinions who suggested this movie to me. Horrible, unfunny, unlikable, stupid, and obnoxious characters, a story that makes the audience route for incompetence, completed with an overall horrible script and unfunny jokes, "21 Jump Street" is one of the worst movies I have ever seen and it does nothing but causes me anger. While the late and great Roger Ebert said this about another movie, it applies to me here, "I hated this movie. Hated hated hated hated hated this movie. Hated it." (Roger Ebert, "North" review). There are not enough negative words in the world to describe what this piece of garbage is.
Ehh... Just OK
I just don't think this movie was nearly as funny as people let on. I mean it wasn't awful, but it definitely wasn't great. Yes it had it's funny parts, but they were far and few in- between!! They overloaded on cuss words and sex to try to make us laugh, and trust me there was nothing funny about it!! I also don't think all the jokes about drugs were all that funny. I mean a comedy is supposed to make u laugh, and I'm sorry but I just wasn't laughing a lot in this movie. I just don't get all the fuss over this movie. I liked Channing Tatum in it, but I HATE ice cube and Jonah Hill!!! Those 2 just weren't funny at all! I just think this film was very weak as far as comedy goes. Too much sex and profanity and not enough actual comedy and funniness.
Best Buddy Cop Movie Since Lethal Weapon
21 Jump Street is a theatrical release based on the 80s TV show with the same name even though the film has almost nothing to do with the show. However, that doesn't stop the film from being a great popcorn flick of 2012. First of all, Channing Tatum gives by far his best performance as Jenko, one of the two main characters. Also, Jonah Hill gives one of his best performances as Jenko's partner, Schmidt. Also, Rob Riggle, Ice Cube, and Brie Larson give good performances also. Hill and Tatum share great chemistry and you buy and feel their friendship through the entirety of the film. This is also one of the funniest films that may have ever seen. The movie plays crude humor and plays it well. Most films that try this either over due it or under do it, but not 21 Jump Street. Also, the action is very good. Overall, this is a great comedy, a great buddy cop movie, and a great parody (of Buddy Cop films) all in one. This is by far the funniest film of 2012. I give it an 8.2/10
The first jump.
With Christmas coming up I decided to pick up a Comedy film that a friend could watch over X-Mas. Struggling to decide on what movie to go for,I suddenly spotted that Netflix UK had put 22 Jump Street up.With having read some praise for the films a while ago,I decided that it was time to jump into Jump Street.

The plot:

After not getting on in high school, Schmidt & Jenko run into each other at the police academy. Realizing that they each have skills which the other one lacks,they decide to put the past behind,and join up to pass the exams.Going on "the street" for the first time,Schmidt and Jenko spot a biker gang with drugs.

Grabbing one of the gang,Schmidt and Jenko start to celebrate their first arrest, until discovering that the biker had to be let freed,due to them failing to read his Miranda Rights.Angry over their mistakes,the police captain decides to transfer them to a project that is being revived from the '80s.Meeting Captain Dickson,Schmidt and Jenko are told that they have to find out who is selling a new drug at a high school,by pretending to be students.With not having gotten on the first time they were in high school,Schmidt and Jenko get ready to solve the case,and to relive their high school experience.

View on the film:

Stepping out of the animation world for the first time,directors Phil Lord & Christopher Miller jump into a dazzlingly stylised "animated" world.Closely working with cinematographer Barry Peterson,Lord and Miller open up the high school with lightning-fast whip-pans which give a frantic atmosphere to Schmidt and Jenko's attempts to fit in at the school whilst also trying to solve the case.

Featuring a number of delightfully sarcastic nods to the show,the screenplay by Michael Bacall & Jonah Hill brilliantly plays around with the jock and the geek format,as Jenko finds his dashing looks to be out of step with Schmidt's geeky interests now being seen as the "cool" thing,as Jenko and Schmidt jump onto the street for the first time.
One of the best action-comedy movies of the last decade
Action and humor are not stuck on the street during the movie 21 Jump Street; they jump off the screen and come alive for millions to see. Jenko, an athletic, seemingly unintelligent police officer played by actor Channing Tatum, and Schmidt, a brainy, socially awkward policeman played by actor Jonah Hill, must relive their traumatic high school pasts as part of the revived Jump Street unit. As members in the unit, they must go undercover together as high school students in order to stop the spread of a brand new synthetic drug. The carefully balanced action and comedic moments, brought alive by the radiating chemistry between actors Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill, combine with an underlying layer of friendship and brotherhood to help mold 21 Jump Street into one of the best action-comedy movies of the last decade.

The tight-rope balancing act between action and comedy is well executed in the film. The directing and production team throws unexpected moments into the action scenes, such as nothing seemingly being able to blow up during the car chase scenes when one would normally expect it to, in order to keep the viewers guessing. When the action starts feeling unoriginal, the script interjects a shot of original humor to capture the audience once again. The writers' lack of fear in using supporting characters to point out unrealistic lapses of realism in their own plot, like Tatum and Hill actually being able to pass as high school students, provides some of these consistent jolts of comedic originality. Likewise, the camera focuses on one of Hill's many brilliant facial expressions—such as the one he has when he realizes he has to take the very drug he is trying to rid the school of—to physically show comedy rather than say it through dialogue. This visual comedy effectively balances instances when the film becomes too action heavy.

Hill and Tatum's ability to quickly bounce jokes off of one another ensures that no scene is wasted. Situations where the two actors are able to have their characters finish each other's sentences—like when Jenko is talking to the motorcycle gang at the start of the film and Schmidt picks up right where he leaves off without any interruption—captures the way everything flows when Hill and Tatum are on screen together. This special quality to 21 Jump Street leaves the audience wanting more witty back-and- forth dialogue out of the two actors, creating a similar effect as the smooth, buttery taste of one kernel of popcorn leaving people wanting more.

Laying underneath the main element of comedy that is prevalent in the film is the development of friendship and brotherhood that builds as the movie goes on. While Jenko and Schmidt seem like they will have trouble simply being fake brothers in their undercover unit, the writers succeed in developing the characters to the point where Jenko selflessly is willing to take a bullet for Schmidt and Jenko is able to trust in Schmidt's shooting ability to get them out of a potential jam. This layer displays the writers' ability to craft a well-rounded, well-developed film where the two are able to call each other a true friend and brother outside of the operation.

Besides delivering action-comedy gold, 21 Jump Street displays an interesting dynamic between two people with polar opposite looks. Sometimes the vibe of society today tells us to quickly write someone off solely based on their outer appearance. This film shows that two people like Jenko and Schmidt who initially seem like they will never click or gel can turn out to have more in common with each other than they have with anyone else. 21 Jump Street showcases the importance of not being too quick to judge a person based on their appearance. After all, you never know who you will form that sibling-like bond with in the end.
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